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We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics

Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
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Just a friendly reminder that threads about weapons which do not pertain to their use in outdoor activities should be posted on /k/ instead. Thanks.

#223-“Cripples Can’t Fish” Edition

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Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
http://www.pastebin.com/u/fishingandtackle
https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

Talk about fishin
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Semi off-topicish but what car/truck/suv do you guys drive and is it easy to get all your gear in?

I kinda want a car because outside of fishing and other /out/ shit I have no need for a truck, been driving a truck for years though. But I cannot even imagine trying to fit all my shit into a regular economy car. Multiple surf rods, pier/beach cart, 3-4 tackle boxes, etc.

Maybe thought about getting an old ass station wagon or some shit.
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>>1257566
get a 4runner or subaru forester if u dont want a truck
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I bought this for my shimano stradic ci4, did I fuck up? I've never owned a megabass rod before
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>>1257589
imo you should never buy a rod you havnt at least felt in your hand before. That being said I don’t think it will be a bad rod. How good? I doubt anyone here or many people in general would be able to tell you much about that rod. I have my ci4+ paired with a loomis bronze back and that’s my favorite spinning setup I’ve ever used
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Truck is the best but you're probably bringing too much shit if your tackle boxes won't fit in a car.

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>central europe
>the most remote place in my country is 3 miles from the nearest road
is this loss
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>>1257612
Don't have the black woods? Or take a train to Switzerland
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>>1257612
That looks sterile as fuck
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>>1257618
its all plantation here. Its so difficult to convey to americans; there literally isnt a foot of ground here that isnt cared for. EVERYTHING is in use.
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>>1257612
>Pine plantation
>All those limbs
That stuff is only fit for pulp. Europe worst place for forestry.
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>>1257612
>The industrious German is jealous of undeveloped countries

I see your point, but my envy of the German economy discourages agreement. You lack wilderness to go truly /out/ - but 90% of the time you live in a tidy and generally prosperous environment.

t. My country is 50.3% forest, but economic activity, apart from farming that now takes 10 times less hands than 100 years ago, outside of the capital is non-existent, so it's either move to the city or be poor-ish.

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Old thread: >>1251250

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Anyone knows how much water an autopsy system consumes?
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>>1257438
Heh, the "for Dummies" series of books has,

Hobby Farming for Dummies
Urban Gardening for Dummies
Organic Gardening for Dummies
Farming for Dummies
Farmer Simulator Modding for Dummies
Raising Beef Cattle for Dummies
Raising Chickens for Dummies
Building Beehives for Dummies

Seriously though, there's no real "beginners" thing when it comes to growing crops or raising vegetables except for the amount of stuff you grow or raise. A beginner needs to know the same info as an, "expert," since the needs of the plant or animal is the same for both. You'll need to research each individual plant or animal you wish to grow or raise. That way you know specifically how to take care of it properly.

>>1257543

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>>1257622
>autopsy system

Spellcheck autocorrect typo problem?
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>>1257622
>>1257627
A fuck. Good catch.
Autopot system.
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>>1257629
Those should be pretty efficient for water. Not as efficient as Kratky method, but pretty good.

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I see a lot of clothes talked about on /ck/; boots, jackets, pants... but I never see belts talked about. I'm curious to what belts you guys use, and for what recreation. For instance, bushcrafters might be leather belts because they're able to strop their knives. The trade off is a heavier belt for a multi-purpose use. Alternatively, hikers might use some kind of stretchy synthetic belt because they're lighter, where hiking is more of a weight-conservative activity.

Post your belts, and what your main activities are.
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Go to your local tack shop. Have them cut you a belt from the thickest harness leather that will fit in the loops. Neetsfoot oil every 6 months.
>heavier belt
You all need to die.
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Use a bike tire and quit being a cunt
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>>1257601
>Use a bike tire and quit being not a hipster
fixed.
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i have two arcteryx conveyr belts and they are excellent imo
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>>1257613
Couldn't care less off what youths on thee other side of the pond do, i use the tire i biked on for 10k+ km

Kys yourself and rip in peace's

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Hey /out/, never really done a 4chan before, but I'm here because I'd like to get your guys' opinions on some good 4x4 trails in the contiguous 48 states of USA. Which trails have you guys been to and enjoyed?
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>>1255926

But driving isn’t. Never has been, never will be.
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>>1255940
But driving ur mom definitely is, just so we are clear
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>>1255436
your point is takes sweetie. You clearly are an asshole but thanks for no help; Go back to red dit cutie pie.
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t. never played auto polo
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>>1257334
>rich people sports

What are some easily preserved, high calorie foods?
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>>1256506
What turns into candyass?
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>>1255592
I would drop the sugar. Flour has marginally less calories than sugar, but it contains protein.
You can also knead the flour with water to make breads. Add some salt too. Then you just need some condiments, eg jams, with high sugar content to slather on your lardy flatbreads. You could swap the lard for butter for a little more flavour.

If you brought sugar you can approximate cookie dough with some cinnamon/vanilla and perhaps coco chips. Not a bad meal.

Flour/salt/sugar/butter is 80% of 80% baking recipes. There's a lot you can do.
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>>1257194
The indian inspired spice powder, or the (japanese) stuff?
But yeah, both could be worth trying.
But still wondering about adding proteins.
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>>1255420
"food"

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Hello /out/, could I get some infographics of supply kits ordered by price range or something similar? I don't own a single piece of gear but want to get back out in the mountains this summer. Because of my autism, I have to feel like I'm doing something the most efficient way so I'd like to hear what y'all have to say about buying general supplies.

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>>1252718
OP here. Thanks dude this is what I wanted.
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>>1254121
I tried bear spray once but it made my eyes water so I quit using it.
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>>1256020
>I tried using a gun once but I blew my own toe off so I stopped using it
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Im also new to camping, and was wondering abt the possib threat of animals (coyotes and possib black bears). Is storing food safely enough, or will they still bother me in a tent. Sorry if its a stupid question but im new to this and v interested. (Also would like to know if a 2p tent is usually big enough for someone 6'4)

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Its Monday. Post pics from recent /out/ings and/or past trips from National Parks.

extra points if its both.
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>>1257454
24 is sill young. It’s also the first year my brain turned fully on. Great age.

I was bored, and I was curious how good a wood fire stove is, so I made myself one from old pot. Had some old screws to use as legs, two bbc needles & grid from disposable grill.

Managed to boil water in 5 min. with windy 10C outside, so the experiment went pretty well, I'd say. Not sure if I'll take it for a
trip, though. While light, it does take up some space, and I do like my Esbit pocket kitchen a lot.
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>>1256538
>>1256539
May I ask: how long did it take you to fabricate this contraption?
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>>1257489
About 2 hours with drill & file*, I guess. Alluminium is easy to work with.

*lol at what the english word for that tool is.
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>>1256538
>While light, it does take up some space
you can build a foldable one instead to save space. while it'll be still bigger than an esbit cooker, youwon't have to carry your fuel anymore, which saves quite a bit of space on longer trips.
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>>1257591
>you won't have to carry your fuel anymore
OP here. That was actually what got me interested in fire stoves - not having to carry fuel tablets/being able to make due without them Call me paranoid),
but on the other hand, being able to use fuel tablets, should I have some, in the same cooking tool.
I think I'll get rid of the handles....
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>>1257616
Well done OP, yes snap them off

Soon you'll reach second step and camp with a multitool and a dogbowl to be used as a pan on an open fire

Great job tho keep it up

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Stealth camper thread.
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>>1255681
>news story
>rich people are buying smaller RVs because of Instagram
>sign up with your email to view the whole article
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>>1256431
this is good lol, more vans for me to buy when they get bored at the end of summer.
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>>1256433
This. Also if you're handy and good at DIY you'll be and to make some good $$$ renovating and flipping vans. Mate if mine used to do that in Australia. Rich boomers would give him $100k and say "make us a van to travel around the country with".
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>>1256710
>Selling shovels to gold-diggers.
Good business all-around.
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any aus bros in vans here? how hard do you find part time work to come by?

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Hello guys which type of mushroom is this ?
Is it edible and can I somehow make more ?
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Only one way to be sure, eat a handful and post results if you don't die.

It could be useful if you mentioned what climate and part of the world you found them in.
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>>1257523
>Is it edible and can I somehow make more ?
Take a small piece of the mushroom and put it in your mouth like chewing tobacco. Leave it in there for about 10-15 minutes. If your mouth starts burning spit it out it's poisonous. If not, enjoy your meal.
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>>1257544
>>1257552
retarded

>>1257523
It's some kind of Agaricus. Make sure the base of the stem isn't yellow and doesn't turn yellow, those are poisonous. To find out exactly which kind you have you have to take a spore print. Cut off the stem, put the cap on a piece of paper, and cover it with an upside down cup to prevent air currents. Pick it up a day later and you should have a chocolate brown print.
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My great grandmother used to grow all kinds of mushrooms and knew a lot about them, I wish I could have learned from her about it
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>>1257523
>scratch it
if it turns yellow= no eat
>smell it
if it smells like ink= no eat
if it smells like cultivated mushrooms (but stronger) like the ones in the store its edible
its not deadly poisonous bcuz they are full white or greenish

Who here thrift shops?

I like to ratfuck thrift shops for overlooked gear and things i can make into usable gear. Like 100% merino wool clothing for super cheap and general /out/ brand clothing. Or even 100% wool blankets to sew into actual clothing. Post your winner winner chicken dinners here.

>Pic related

Thrift Shop Thread?
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>>1257399
>If you leave behind clothes
leaving someting behind by accident is alot different to being some wog who grabs anything shiney he can get away with, that would be akin to taking it out of your room while you are still occupying it and I guarrantee you a hotel takes that very seriously.

Anyway I'm lovin' the thread thanks Gibbsy I had a good laugh at your body art too, I never knew you had that.
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>>1256788
Mate you posted your bag in the other thread, even I knew you were Gibbs...

Not muc
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>>1257599
Enjoy my dude, my body contains both military and traditional aussie bogan tattoos. As long as im makin someone happy, i aint.
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>>1257607
I aint unhappy* fucked that up after a few ANZAC day beers

Hey Hikerfags,

Do you keep some kind of compendium of all your hikes? What do you use to keep track of them? Do you record statistics?
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>>1255983
Is that the map of the missing 411?
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>>1255983
I've started a list of Google keep where I write down all my hikes for the year

>Tfw April's almost done and I only have 10 entries on this list
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>>1256227

I'm at 8 hikes this year.
42.7 miles, 6491 elevation gains total.
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It's like having MAL account
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I've just been doing it via geocaching. Logs it in my account and I get to have a bit of fun.

Pics that make you reconsider society.
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>>1253526
>an industrial egg
Pretty sure the output is more than that.
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>>1255322
On the one hand it seems attractive to live this life, but even the tenth of an acre setup would require a massive amount of perpetual labor. If I were to calculate the cost of setting up that operation and working it, vs investing that cost and buying food from specialized producers at low cost due to economies of scale, I can get more by doing less the modern way.
Still a neat idea though, and perhaps the economics of it are not the primary factor for many people, and that's fair.
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Jesus CHRIST
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>>1255322
>Estimating Harvest....25-75 lbs of nuts.
>No where in the image does it recommend growing nut-producing flora
Really makes you think



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